The Panasonic Viera TH-L47ET5A offers strong performance on all fronts, and especially with 3D TV, at a very respectable price.
Typical price: $1,649.00
The Panasonic Viera TH-L47ET50A is a neat and stylish TV with good overall performance, except for 3D where it is weak.
Typical price: $2,049.00
The Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50A 3D Plasma TV delivers a smooth 2D picture, decent 3D and reasonable networking for a sub-AU$2000 price.
Typical price: $1,749.00
Due out in Australia in June 2012, the range-topping WT50 range features 1080p, 3D capability, built-in Wi-Fi, USB and SD cards slots, support for popular codecs and IPTV services.
Typical price: $3,499.00
Panasonic's 2015 range of TVs and Blu-ray players put the emphasis on 4K panels and video on demand.
Unlike many modern plasmas, the TH-P50U30A craves a darkened room like a foodie does a 12-course degustation. That's the compromise you make if you want a 50-inch plasma screen for around a grand.
Typical price: $1,099.00
Although the TH-L32E3A did nothing to blow us away, its solid features and performance make it an excellent second TV.
Typical price: $849.00
The Panasonic VT30 is a solid, though slightly disappointing, television that performs best of class in some areas, but at the absolute worst in others.
Typical price: $2,999.00
The TV sets running on Firefox's mobile operating system are available now in Europe and will go on sale worldwide "in the coming months."
There's big rumblings across the whole video-on-demand landscape, Panasonic mixes Netflix appeal into its TV range and the Federal Budget adds GST to your online services on this week's Girt by CNET.